Anne Hathaway will not appear on Broadway in 'Cabaret,' report says
Anne Hathaway proved in "Les Miserables" that she can belt with the best of them, but she won't be going to Broadway just yet.
Several reports claimed on Wednesday, April 24, that Hathaway would be making her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles in a revival of "Cabaret" with Alan Cumming. However, Hathaway's spokesperson denied the reports when asked by E! News.
"It's not true," her spokesperson told the entertainment outlet.
A report published in The New York Times confirms that the Roundabout Theater Company is planning a revival of the musical at Studio 54 in early 2014.
The New York Times report also confirmed that Alan Cumming is attached to once again star as the Emcee in the musical. The role earned him a Tony Award in 1998. Hathaway's rep also debunked her alleged involvement in the musical to the newspaper as well.
Hathaway won the 2013 Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in "Les Miserables." It was her first Oscar win and second nomination.
In the film, Hathaway played the impoverished single mother Fantine, who becomes a prostitute out of desperation and asks Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) to raise her daughter, Cosette. Amanda Seyfriend plays the child when she is older.
The actress is also reportedly in talks to star in the new Christopher Nolan film "Interstellar" with Matthew McConaughey, according to E! News. Hathaway previously worked with Nolan in "The Dark Knight Rises."